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6'4" / 213lbs
20 (dec. 17, 1997)
next up in our 2019 draft prep is another gigantic wr. n'keal harry is a junior out of arizona state who is also in contention of being the first receiver taken in tennessee this april. as is expected of a wr working with a 6'4" frame, harry excels in contested situations and is great at controlling his body throughout the process of a catch. he showed this on many occasions throughout his college career. most impressively, on a pass that was headed out of bounds which harry managed to snag with one fully extended hand, falling backwards, while staying inside the white paint against usc.
n'keal does, however, have some differences from other large bodied pass catchers, most noticeably his stride length. other typical size/speed receivers tend to have a longer stride that gives the impression that they're not running as fast as they actually are (aj green is a perfect example of this). harry, on the other hand, is a little more of a short strider (relative to his size), which may end up costing him a bit of 'long speed' (we'll see for sure when he runs the drills at the combine). this shorter stride does have its benefit, though, giving harry the ability to make more precise adjustments on routes and quicker cuts with the ball in his hand.
with impressive production in all 3 years at asu, a solid combine may just be what harry needs to cement his status as the top wr in the 2019 class. the innate abilities that he possesses, and a decent scheme fit, could result in harry becoming one of the rare weapons that produce at a high level in their rookie season. don't be surprised, should that happen.
depending on your league mates' drafting preferences you may have to move up as high as the 1.01 to get this monster talent. if your league tends to go with rbs early in rookie drafts, though, you might potentially end up with the option of taking harry around the 1.06.
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